Bedtime Stories for Insomniacs
by Sasha Stephens
Publisher: Smashwords 2014
Number of pages: 95
Bedtime Stories are little snippets of sleepy wisdom, written to inspire and empower those who have difficulty sleeping. Sometimes loving, sometimes harsh, always truthful. Now, even the most desperate of insomniacs can feel less alone.
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